The Ukraine’s acquisition of the status of a "candidate state" of member states of the European Union, as well as the influence and observance of the international legislation on human rights and freedoms, significantly complements the administrative and legal status of citizens of our country. The ratification by the Ukrainian state of the European Convention on Human Rights (1997) and other international legal acts related to rights and freedoms opened a new stage in the development of national legal science, especially regarding the protection of the rights of natural persons [1, p.
The article analyzes the role and place in the history of philosophical and legal thought of the published work «Philosophy of Law» by the German thinker G.V.F. Hegel. Written 200 years ago, it is considered to be one of the most profound and relevant works in which Hegel creatively based on his dialectical and philosophical method and methodology analyzes the complex processes in the socio-political, legal, economic, moral, psychological and religious life of civil society and the state.
The article analyzes the role of the Ukrainian Bar Institute in the mechanism ofprotection of human and citizen’s rights and freedoms. Attention is drawn to the fact that themodern component of the characteristics of the national bar association is directly related to14the change of vector not only in the field of improvement of the judicial system, but also as anindependent civil society institute formed in Ukraine.
The book “Life 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” was considered in the review. This book was the first translated into Ukrainian language and originally written by American mathematic, physicist – Max Tegmark (Professor, MIT). The author explains the wide problem field related to the appearance of Artificial Intelligence (AI). He describes transformations which threaten human himself and the whole world as a result of creating AI. Humankind can lose its special status of an intelligent creature.
In the paper is analyzed general theoretical provisions on the freedom of religion as a human (general social) natural law, examined the features of the protection of freedom of religion by the European Court of Human Rights and its importance for legal practice in Ukraine.